Future Super Bowl 52 Betting Odds for Every Playoff Team

Future Super Bowl 52 Betting Odds for Every Playoff Team

Eric Williams : Thursday,January 4, 2018 2:35, EDT

With the start of the 2018 NFL Playoffs at hand, now is undoubtedly a perfect time to examine the future Super Bowl 52 betting odds for each and every team in the postseason.

From those teams that may have locked up to get into the playoffs and appear to have little to no chance of winning it all to the top title contenders on the board, you’re going to get a bit of expert insight on why you should – and shouldn’t – bet on every team in this year’s playoffs.

Now, let’s get started.

Future Super Bowl 52 Betting Odds for Every Playoff Team

Game Info

  • Date: February 4, 2018
  • Stadium: U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • Network: NBC
  • Live Stream: NFL Game Pass

New England Patriots Patriots

  • Super Bowl 52 Betting Odds: 2/1
  • Regular Season Record: 13-3

Whether you love ‘em or loathe ‘em, Tom Brady and Bill Belichick are just difficult to beat! That’s the best reason to bet on them to win Super Bowl 52. The perennially powerful Patriots (13-3 SU, 11-5 ATS) hit the playoffs ranked first in total offense, second in passing, 10th in rushing and second in scoring (28.6 ppg).

If you’re looking for a reason to not bet on them, then you should know they gave up a ton of yards by ranking 29th in total defense, 30th against the pass and 20th against the run.

Minnesota Vikings

  • Super Bowl 52 Betting Odds: 9/2
  • Regular Season Record: 13-3

The best reason to bet on the Vikings (13-3 SU, 11-5 ATS) is that they have a powerful defense that finished the regular season ranked first in total defense, second against the pass, second against the run and first in points allowed (15.8 ppg).

The best reason to not bet on them is that veteran quarterback Case Keenum could very well turn back into a pumpkin after a ‘Cinderella’ campaign in which he threw for a career-high 3,547 yards with 22 TD passes and a modest seven interceptions.

Pittsburgh Steelers

  • Super Bowl 52 Betting Odds: 6/1
  • Regular Season Record: 13-3

The best reason to bet on the Steelers (13-3 SU, 7-9 ATS) is that they have the Killer B’s, (Ben Roethlisberger, Le’Veon Bell, and Antonio Brown) plus another star in the making in JuJu Smith-Schuster.

The best reason to not bet on them is that they apparently can’t beat New England!

Philadelphia Eagles

  • Super Bowl 52 Betting Odds: 10/1
  • Regular Season Record: 13-3

The best reason to bet on the Birds (13-3 SU, 10-6 ATS) is that they have playmakers all over the place with guys like Jay Ajayi, LeGarrette Blount, Alshon Jeffrey, Zach Ertz and Nelson Agholor.

The best reason to not bet on Philly is that star quarterback Carson Wentz won’t be in the lineup and they look completely different without him.

New Orleans Saints

  • Super Bowl 52 Betting Odds: 10/1
  • Regular Season Record: 11-5

The best reason to bet on the Saints (11-5 SU, 9-7 ATS) is that they now have a defense, two outstanding running backs, and a superstar wide receiver to complement quarterback Drew Brees.

The best reason to not bet on New Orleans is that they’ve struggled in dropping three of their last six games including a pair of playoff participants, Atlanta and Los Angeles over their final six games.

Los Angeles Rams

  • Super Bowl 52 Betting Odds: 10/1
  • Regular Season Record: 11-5

The best reason to bet on the Rams (11-5 SU, 9-7 ATS) is that they have the league’s highest-scoring offense. The best reason to not bet on them is their late-season losses to Minnesota and Philly and that they rank 28th against the run.

Kansas City Chiefs

  • Super Bowl 52 Betting Odds: 16/1
  • Regular Season Record: 10-6

The best reason to bet on Kansas City (10-6 SU, 10-6 ATS) is that they can beat anyone like they did against New England and Philadelphia. The best reason to not bet on Kansas City is that they can apparently lose to anyone as well like they did against the lowly Giants and Jets.

Jacksonville Jaguars

  • Super Bowl 52 Betting Odds: 20/1
  • Regular Season Record: 10-6

The best reason to bet on the Jags is that they finished inside the top five in both, scoring and points allowed. The best reason to avoid betting on them is that they still have career underachiever Blake Bortles as their starting quarterback.

Atlanta Falcons

  • Super Bowl 52 Betting Odds: 20/1
  • Regular Season Record: 10-6

The best reason to bet on the Falcons is that they now have a top 10 defense to go along with some still, scary playmakers. The best reason to not bet on Atlanta is that this is a team that lost to both, pitiful Miami and mediocre Buffalo.

The Super Bowl 52 Betting Odds for Matt Ryan and the Falcons are not looking good.

Carolina Panthers

  • Super Bowl 52 Betting Odds: 25/1
  • Regular Season Record: 11-5

The best reason to bet on Carolina (11-5 SU, 9-7 ATS) is that they have an excellent defense, several playmakers and a quarterback with a solely unique skill-set.

The best reason to bet against Carolina is that Cam Newton often can’t hit the broad side of a barn that is five feet in front of him.

Tennessee Titans

  • Super Bowl 52 Betting Odds: 100/1
  • Regular Season Record: 9-7

The best reason to bet on Tennessee (9-7 SU, 8-7-1 ATS) is that they have an excellent run defense that ranked fourth overall. The best reason to not bet on the Titans is that quarterback Marcus Mariota has regressed faster than my hairline this season.

Buffalo Bills

  • Super Bowl 52 Betting Odds: 100/1
  • Regular Season Record: 9-7

The best reason to bet on the Bills (9-7 SU, 9-6-1 ATS) is that the football gods are clearly looking out for them with Cincinnati pulling off the big road upset over Baltimore in Week 17 to help them punch their ticket.

The best reason to not bet on the Bills is that they only have a couple of offensive threats and a head coach that actually thought rookie Nathan Peterman was better than veteran Tyrod Taylor.

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